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Static NAT

Hi all,

1. I have to do a one more static nat to 10.1.14.15 .. i have already done one static nat as mentioned below. can i do one more nat for that DMZ iP?

static (DMZ,outside) 210.212.236.217 10.1.14.15 netmask 255.255.255.255

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lrmooreCommented:
No. You can only do 1 public to 1 private. You cannot map more than one public IP to the same private IP.
However, you can assign another private IP to the same system and assign a different public IP to it.
You can assign up to 5 IP's to the same NIC on most windows boxes.
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ssshibuAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot

However, you can assign another private IP to the same system and assign a different public IP to it.You can assign up to 5 IP's to the same NIC on most windows boxes. -- how do i assign an another ip to the same system ? where do i go and change?



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lrmooreCommented:
Select TCP/IP protocol, Advanced button, IP Settings, IP addresses,  Add... button and just add another IP address/mask
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ssshibuAuthor Commented:
ohhhhhh ok i did not notice that ...thanks a lot
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